Seattle Bungalow Weakness

This month I made my first trip to Seattle, WA.  Michael Luke and I went on a mission trip with The Church at Brook Hills to help a church plant, The Hallows Church.  I had never been to Seattle, so I didn’t know what to expect… except for maybe rain.  I was amazed at the beauty of the city, great weather, and sunshine we got to enjoy while there.

As a pregnant girl in the South this summer, it was so nice to leave our 100 degree temps behind for a few days and enjoy highs in the 70’s all week.  Amazing!  We did a lot of walking (prayer walking / hanging door hanger surveys) in the Wallingford community.  I couldn’t help but take pictures as we walked through.  Almost all the houses were bungalows (my absolute most favorite style of house).  I mean these are my dream houses… nothing too big but packed with personality.


Painting in the street at an intersection. This was a lady bug in the center of a flower. This would certainly cheer your morning commute up.



All the houses have the most beautiful flowers. I love how everything looks like it grew there naturally. So effortless looking.


Weren’t those just charming?  I would especially love a front porch like the one above.   I could spend plenty of Saturday afternoons out there reading.

One thing I wanted to mention is that two days while we were there we hung and collected door hanger surveys in this community.  I was responsible for about 120 houses.   Take note of the steps on almost every house pictured.  Those really start to add up while carrying an extra load!  I did survive though.

I hope to post more about the trip soon.

Do any of y’all have a favorite style house?

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